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Bohgosity BumaskiL
January 18th 12, 10:54 PM
You know enough cheez iz in your tomato sauce when your cat will eat
it. I use "Simply Food", and another brand would probably do. Among
the other oddball foods for a cat are mayonnaise and coconut milk.
Echo will eat popcorn, too, and that's probably not a good idea --
seems to me that cats get too much corn in kibble.
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Bill Graham
January 19th 12, 05:54 PM
Bohgosity BumaskiL wrote:
> You know enough cheez iz in your tomato sauce when your cat will eat
> it. I use "Simply Food", and another brand would probably do. Among
> the other oddball foods for a cat are mayonnaise and coconut milk.
> Echo will eat popcorn, too, and that's probably not a good idea --
> seems to me that cats get too much corn in kibble.

Most cats like mayo.... After all, all it is is egg yolks and salad oil. the
oil is good for them, (in small quantities) because it helps them pass hair
balls.

obsidianjg
January 26th 12, 01:39 PM
On 18 Jan., 17:54, Bohgosity BumaskiL
> wrote:
> You know enough cheez iz in your tomato sauce when your cat will eat
> it. I use "Simply Food", and another brand would probably do. Among
> the other oddball foods for a cat are mayonnaise and coconut milk.
> Echo will eat popcorn, too, and that's probably not a good idea --
> seems to me that cats get too much corn in kibble.
> _______http://ecn.ab.ca/~brewhaha/BrewJay's Babble Bin

My cats like Feta cheese and Brie... Why they like Brie is beyond me.
Unfortunately, the Feta cheese is way too salty.

Bill Graham
January 26th 12, 05:48 PM
obsidianjg wrote:
> On 18 Jan., 17:54, Bohgosity BumaskiL
> > wrote:
>> You know enough cheez iz in your tomato sauce when your cat will eat
>> it. I use "Simply Food", and another brand would probably do. Among
>> the other oddball foods for a cat are mayonnaise and coconut milk.
>> Echo will eat popcorn, too, and that's probably not a good idea --
>> seems to me that cats get too much corn in kibble.
>> _______http://ecn.ab.ca/~brewhaha/BrewJay's Babble Bin
>
> My cats like Feta cheese and Brie... Why they like Brie is beyond me.
> Unfortunately, the Feta cheese is way too salty.

My cats (and I) like brie. but I can't get them to eat gorgonzola, which I
dearly love......

Bohgosity BumaskiL
February 9th 12, 06:26 AM
On 2012-01-26 10:48 AM, Bill Graham wrote:
> obsidianjg wrote:
>> On 18 Jan., 17:54, Bohgosity BumaskiL
>> > wrote:
>>> You know enough cheez iz in your tomato sauce when your cat will eat
>>> it. I use "Simply Food", and another brand would probably do. Among
>>> the other oddball foods for a cat are mayonnaise and coconut milk.
>>> Echo will eat popcorn, too, and that's probably not a good idea --
>>> seems to me that cats get too much corn in kibble.
>>> _______
>>> http://ecn.ab.ca/~brewhaha/ BrewJay's Babble Bin
>>
>> My cats like Feta cheese and Brie... Why they like Brie is beyond me.
>> Unfortunately, the Feta cheese is way too salty.
>
> My cats (and I) like brie. but I can't get them to eat gorgonzola,
> which I dearly love......

Brie and Camembert are both pretty much the same; with the same
fungus, and I think they are almost alone in that: Other cheezez are
bacterial. Brie iz made with cream, though, so cats probably prefer
it for the fat content.

Mark Twain wrote a funny story about Limburger, comparing it to a
corpse on a train that rose in "rank" from corporal to governor.

I would like to do an experiment with Asiago, Romano, Parmesan, and
Provolone cheez, because those are the four in "four cheez pasta
sauce". I don't see any of them by themselves (outside of labels) in
brick (or powder) form, though, except Parmesan. Maybe they're
available at a dairy specialist of some sort.

mickrio
February 18th 12, 11:07 AM
Among the other oddball foods for a cat are mayonnaise and coconut milk.
Echo will eat popcorn, too, and that's probably not a good idea --
seems to me that cats get too much corn in kibble.
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